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THE POLICE NEWS - February 2013 Print Edition
   
 
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ߦ   Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch Delivers Remarks at Swearing-In by Vice President Joe Biden
ߦ   Big Oyster Battle Brewing in Texas Courts
ߦ   Cedar Park Police to launch and promote the tip411 tool
ߦ   Chief's Weekly Update - Lewisville Police Dept
ߦ   Conroe Police Department Case Tracking Log
ߦ   Corpus Christi Police Patrol Report
ߦ   Corpus Christi Police Plan Community Event
ߦ   Dallas Animal Services to present My Pet’s Day Thursday
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ߦ   Galveston College Sets Dates For Leadership Galveston 2015
ߦ   Granite Shoals police nab suspect in sexual assault of a child case
ߦ   Guatemalan Woman Extradited to the United States to Face Human Smuggling Charges
ߦ   Have you seen this child?
ߦ   Judge dismisses ex-football player’s lawsuit vs. Marble Falls ISD
ߦ   Jury sends strong message with 15-year burglary sentence
ߦ   Lebanese Sent To Prison For Unlawful Attempt At Naturalization
ߦ   Lytle Police Department - Weekly Report
ߦ   Motorcyclist Killed In Plano Crash
ߦ   Statement on Behalf of Sheriff Adrian Garcia
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ߦ   Vector Control Begins Plan To Reduce Mosquitoes
ߦ   Baltimore Riots
ߦ   Burnet County Sheriff's Office Inmate Arrests Summary
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ߦ   Chief defends officer's takedown of drunken woman
ߦ   Dallas Police Department Graduates Academy Class #341
ߦ   Deputy on leave after shooting mentally ill man

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The February, 2013 issue of The Police News print edition marked our 10th year of publication.  Notice on our front page, Volumn X - Number 1.  We are proud to say that throughout our ten years we have never missed publishing and distributing our paper, even during and after Hurricane Ike in 2008.
Hurricane Ike did hurt us however, just like it did every other business based on Galveston Island.  Many of our advertisers were permanently destroyed, several took months and years to rebuild and recover.  Then Ike was followed by a diminished national economy.  Our paper downsized considerably and we are still trying to pull ourselves back up by our boot strings, so to speak.
Since we are totally supported by advertisers, when they aren't doing good, they don't have money to advertise.  Of course our story is that when they aren't doing good is the very time they should be advertising.  But that's hard to sell when there's very little cash in the till.
If you are a business owner or manager, we would sure like to talk with you about coming onboard this very popular publication, probably the most popular monthly publication in Galveston, read online all over the country.
We have found that the publication of Wanted Fugitives is a very popular part of The Police News, so in this edition we have placed them on the front page, above the fold.  As we suspected, they went flying off the racks at a much higher rate than ever.
Our front page is pictured below.  Just click on it and the entire February edition will open for you to read.  Please let us know how you like us.  Suggestion, comments, critisizim, or whatever, we pay attention to it all.  Just let us know.  And call us if you wish advertising rates. (409) 632-0082

 

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